Walch Mathematics’ Curriculum Engine gives district leaders and teachers tools to easily edit existing core and supplemental resources while also giving them the ability to design and publish new, completely tailored, high-quality print and online high school math courses in a flash.
Educators can create their own resources by using the Curriculum Engine’s course builder and database to find and assemble relevant learning objects. The course builder is comprised of four easy steps. Once the user specifies high-level course parameters, selects learning targets, and specifies the structure of their lessons, the Curriculum Engine instantaneously assembles a course, which can then be reviewed, edited, and published.
The ever-growing database contains more than 10,000 curated, ready-to-use components, from open educational resources to Walch’s proprietary resources and resources the district identifies and adds to the database. Districts can also assemble and use online worksheets and assessments from the Curriculum Engine’s bank of thousands of technology-enhanced items. Importantly, the Curriculum Engine unpacks a district’s standards so that curriculum leaders or teachers can precisely identify the content they need and then assemble it in the way that best meets their instructional objectives.
The platform also comes with complete, ready-to-use high school math courses that district subscribers can own outright. The course curriculum, which is available online or in print, can be used in a variety of learning environments, including traditional, blended, 1:1, and flipped classrooms. Districts can choose to use the ready-made math courses as is, or they can edit course sequences, lesson structures, and even day-by-day content to meet their needs.
The Curriculum Engine works with leading learning management and student information systems, or it can be used on a standalone basis. The platform embraces modern technologies and makes use of IMS Global’s open standards for interoperability.
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